January Giveaway: Frosted Trail Pebble Pendant Valued at $375 - Beth Millner Jewelry

January Giveaway: Frosted Trail Pebble Pendant Valued at $375

January 07, 2019

January Giveaway Beth Millner Jewelry

To celebrate the new year we are giving away a large Frosted Trail Pebble Pendant valued at $375! 

You can almost hear the snow and ice crunching below your feet as you walk along a secluded trail. The silence and serenity of a chilly hike can be a soul-soothing experience, start your year off right with intentions of peace and positivity.

To Enter:

Between January 7th and 11th visit www.bethmillner.com 

    • Enter your name and email into the pop up titled "Enter Giveaway"
    • OR click on the tab at the bottom of our homepage titled "Enter Giveaway"
    • Like and tag a friend who would love this pendant on our Facebook post or Instagram post announcing the giveaway
Beth Millner Frosted Pebble Pendant


 We look forward to gifting this beautiful piece to one lucky winner on January 12th! 

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